Is Bajaj Pulsar 125 most puchased bike in India?

The Bajaj Pulsar 125 is the most affordable model in the Pulsar family. With single-piece seat and split-seat options available. Enough length and width have been added to the seats to provide comfortable riding on the motorcycle.  

The Pulsar 125's svelte and aggressive styling turn heads. The tank stands out from the crowd thanks to the classy touch of carbon fibre texture. It looks young and lively because of the body graphics and brilliant colour choices. 

Engine and Gearbox
The Pulsar 125's potent 124.4-cc single-cylinder engine generates a respectable 11.8 horsepower and 10.8 Nm of torque. It has a smooth five-speed gearbox coupling.

The Bajaj Pulsar 125's well-considered design guarantees the comfort and safety of its riders. Being equipped with every safety element possible makes it one of the most reliable two-wheelers available. Mileage counts in the world of two-wheelers, and the Pulsar 125 delivers. With an impressive 55–60 km/l, you can be sure to spend more time driving and less time at the petrol station.

The Pulsar 125 and its twin, the Pulsar 150, are similar in appearance and are mostly differentiated by liveries and badging. Though it seems a little out of date, the instrument console is semi-digital and provides useful information such as an analogue tachometer, speedometer, two tripmeters, and odometer, along with warning lights. Bajaj's illuminated switchgear gives it a luxurious appearance. 

Other features
To further enhance its appeal, the sportier Carbon Fibre trim comes with an engine cowl, split pillion grab rails, and a two-piece seat. Additional readouts on the console include the distance to empty, real-time fuel economy, emission level indicators, and an engine warning light on the OBD-2-certified model.

Suspension and Brakes
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 is constructed with a double-cradle frame and a suspension system that consists of twin gas-charged shock absorbers and a telescopic fork. A 240mm front disc and a 130mm rear drum, both standard with CBS enhancement, are in charge of providing braking power. The Pulsar 125 has an 11.5-liter petrol tank and weighs 140 kg (kerb) with a single-piece seat and 142 kg (kerb) with split seats.

This bike doesn't make any compromises when it comes to safety. Excellent stopping power is provided by the front disc brake that is installed. By spreading braking power across the front and back wheels, the CBS (Combi-Braking System) improves safety even further.

  • 125-cc engine that delivers thrilling performance.
  • Iconic The design language of Pulsar is kept.
  • Not as abundant in features.
  • Value for money is lower currently.

Price and Variants
The Pulsar 125 comes in two attractive versions: the sportier split-seat variation (Rs 94,138) or the carbon fibre variant (Rs 91,750), which has a normal single seat. The Neon version also offers a single-piece seat option for Rs 84,013.

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